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The Blackview P6000 will ship with a 6180 mAh battery

Focused on rugged devices the company may be but it's still capable of great aesthetic value.
Focused on rugged devices the company may be but it's still capable of great aesthetic value.
There's a new Blackview device on cards. The smartphone, marketed as a heavyweight business device, will feature a large 6180 mAh battery.
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Blackview, underdogs in a thriving Chinese smartphone market, has carved out a niche for itself in the rugged phone segment, with the company's BV series offering a number of decent, well-built devices. Business phones aren't really what one would expect from a company whose flagships are rugged devices but it looks like the Chinese company is set to offer a new business device, according to our inside sources.

According to our information, the company is slated to launch a new business phone, the P6000. This phone also manages to bring a feature over from the main BV series—a massive battery. The P6000 is said to ship with a heavy 6180 mAh battery, while maintaining a slick, classy design, which is no surprise as an ungainly business device isn't an attractive proposition. 

Actual pictures of the device aren't as enticing as one would expect, however, as it looks to be on the thick side. Going by the renders, we would estimate the thickness to be something close to about 8.5mm, which isn't terrible in particular.

Not much else is confirmed but our sources say it will be powered by MediaTek's mid-range Helio P25 SoC, and will sport a 5.5-inch FHD. That display specification may be an indication that it's a traditional 16:9 display, which is a tad disappointing but understandable anyways, as the device was first announced way back in June at a launch event, before 18:9 became the norm.

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Ricci Rox, 2017-12-14 (Update: 2017-12-14)